Insurance Benefits Open Enrollment for 2022

Management and Budget State Employee Group Insurance Program (SEGIP)

Open Enrollment is Oct. 28 through Nov. 17, 2021, but don’t wait until then to take action! Review your benefit options now so you can make the best decision for you and your family.

What's open

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Pre-tax spending accounts
  • Short and long term disability
  • Manager’s IPP
  • Life insurance: employee, spouse, and child

Check on clinic changes

Use the enhanced Find a Clinic Tool  to check on your clinic’s cost level for next year. Your clinic may be available with another health plan administrator at a lower cost level. Lower cost levels mean lower out-of-pocket costs for you!

Calculate your pre-tax account elections

You must make a new election to continue pre-tax spending accounts in 2022.

New pre-tax vendor name

121 Benefits was recently acquired by Benefits Resources (BRI). Starting next year, members will manage their account on the new BRI website. A new debit card will be issued in December for those making a new 2022 election. For those only having a carryover, cards will be issued mid-January 2022. Stay tuned for more information on this transition.

Need to add a new dependent?

While enrolling, you’ll have the option to add eligible dependents. We’ll mail a letter to your home address of record outlining the documents you need to submit to complete the process. Learn more about dependent eligibility.

Waive your coverage

If you get medical coverage elsewhere, you must submit a waiver. If you’ve previously waived coverage before 2021 you must confirm you want to continue to do so.  Find out more.

Learn more on the SEGIP website.

Exciting benefit changes for the 2022 plan year

  • The waiting period for newly hired and rehired employees has been reduced to 30 days from 35 days. (There is no waiting period for those who move from a non-insurance eligible to insurance eligible position. The benefits effective date is the date of the job change.)
  • 3D mammograms will have the same out of pocket costs as 2D mammograms.
  • Short-term disability is open for enrollment. The legislature (through the SER) has provided interim approval of the union contracts which allows us to include the Short Term Disability benefit for 2022 Open Enrollment.
  • Dental insurance will be open for enrollment for both plan years 2022 AND 2023.